Lowe: Rovers are moving in right direction

Jason Lowe

Jason Lowe

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JASON Lowe believes Blackburn Rovers are firmly back on track.

The Rovers academy graduate has lived through the most turbulent period in the club’s history, but he reckons there are genuine reasons for optimism going into next season.

It will be the third year running Rovers have spent outside the Premier League after their relegation in 2012.

But Lowe is quietly confident that they can end their top-flight exile by building on the foundations they have laid under boss Gary Bowyer.

“I’ve been in and around the club for a few years now and it’s certainly back on track to where it used to be,” said the midfielder, for who Bowyer is the fourth permanent manager he’s played under since making his debut for Rovers in January 2011.

“The feel around the place and the spirit around the place is good again – and you could see that by the fans’ reaction at the end of the last game of the season against Wigan.

“It’s a good place to work again and it’s an enjoyable place to work again and hopefully we can take that positivity into next season.”

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Lowe credits Bowyer, who led Rovers to eighth and within two points of the Championship play-offs in his first full season in charge, as being one of the biggest inspirations between Rovers’ improvement on the pitch.

“The gaffer and his staff have been brilliant all year,” said the 22-year-old, whose first senior goal – a 25-yard stunner at home to Middlesbrough in November – was voted Rovers’ best of the season.

“The attitude of the manager is infectious and his will to win, his mentality and his character goes right throughout the squad.”

Rovers ended the campaign unbeaten in 12 games and Lowe admits the players wished it had not come to an end.

He added: “We’ve come on leaps and bounds and it is credit to the boys that they’ve laid the foundations for next season.”

Bowyer yesterday had a meeting with Rovers managing director Derek Shaw, director of communications Alan Myers and secretary Ian Silvester after returning from a short holiday following his end-of-season meeting with the club’s owners Venky’s in India.

The Rovers boss will now continue his preparations for the 2014-15 campaign and intends to strengthen his squad.

But with Financial Fair Play coming into force in January, he will also have to attempt to reduce the club’s wage bill.

Bowyer also has to resolve the futures of his two out-of-contract senior players, David Dunn and Markus Olsson.

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9:06am Fri 23 May 14

Super_Clarets says...

Moving in the right direction? LOL!


Blackburn Rovers are owned by Venky’s, the Indian chicken company.

Turnover £26.9m: 4th highest in the league
Wage bill £36.6m: 2nd highest in the league
Wage as a proportion of turnover: 136%
Directors’ pay: £747,960 paid to 6 directors, £223,776 in pay-off's
Loss before tax: £36.5m
Net debt: £54.5m
Interest payable: £464,000

The scrambled mess of Rovers under Venky’s, the Indian chicken company, laid bare.

Venky’s took over in 2010 a club competing in the Premier League.

They immediately sacked Sam Allardyce, appointed Steve Kean as manager, before the well-regarded board resigned, and Rovers were relegated. Huge losses mean club is incapable of complying with the FFP rules.

League One awaits.
Moving in the right direction? LOL! Blackburn Rovers are owned by Venky’s, the Indian chicken company. Turnover £26.9m: 4th highest in the league Wage bill £36.6m: 2nd highest in the league Wage as a proportion of turnover: 136% Directors’ pay: £747,960 paid to 6 directors, £223,776 in pay-off's Loss before tax: £36.5m Net debt: £54.5m Interest payable: £464,000 The scrambled mess of Rovers under Venky’s, the Indian chicken company, laid bare. Venky’s took over in 2010 a club competing in the Premier League. They immediately sacked Sam Allardyce, appointed Steve Kean as manager, before the well-regarded board resigned, and Rovers were relegated. Huge losses mean club is incapable of complying with the FFP rules. League One awaits. Super_Clarets
  • Score: -23

9:12am Fri 23 May 14

jinkyjase says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
Moving in the right direction? LOL!


Blackburn Rovers are owned by Venky’s, the Indian chicken company.

Turnover £26.9m: 4th highest in the league
Wage bill £36.6m: 2nd highest in the league
Wage as a proportion of turnover: 136%
Directors’ pay: £747,960 paid to 6 directors, £223,776 in pay-off's
Loss before tax: £36.5m
Net debt: £54.5m
Interest payable: £464,000

The scrambled mess of Rovers under Venky’s, the Indian chicken company, laid bare.

Venky’s took over in 2010 a club competing in the Premier League.

They immediately sacked Sam Allardyce, appointed Steve Kean as manager, before the well-regarded board resigned, and Rovers were relegated. Huge losses mean club is incapable of complying with the FFP rules.

League One awaits.
OMG you ARE actually obsessed with us ScruffyClaret.
It's no surprise, we're actually a Football Club that's relevant.
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: Moving in the right direction? LOL! Blackburn Rovers are owned by Venky’s, the Indian chicken company. Turnover £26.9m: 4th highest in the league Wage bill £36.6m: 2nd highest in the league Wage as a proportion of turnover: 136% Directors’ pay: £747,960 paid to 6 directors, £223,776 in pay-off's Loss before tax: £36.5m Net debt: £54.5m Interest payable: £464,000 The scrambled mess of Rovers under Venky’s, the Indian chicken company, laid bare. Venky’s took over in 2010 a club competing in the Premier League. They immediately sacked Sam Allardyce, appointed Steve Kean as manager, before the well-regarded board resigned, and Rovers were relegated. Huge losses mean club is incapable of complying with the FFP rules. League One awaits.[/p][/quote]OMG you ARE actually obsessed with us ScruffyClaret. It's no surprise, we're actually a Football Club that's relevant. jinkyjase
  • Score: 16

9:23am Fri 23 May 14

Rovers 1495 says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
Moving in the right direction? LOL!


Blackburn Rovers are owned by Venky’s, the Indian chicken company.

Turnover £26.9m: 4th highest in the league
Wage bill £36.6m: 2nd highest in the league
Wage as a proportion of turnover: 136%
Directors’ pay: £747,960 paid to 6 directors, £223,776 in pay-off's
Loss before tax: £36.5m
Net debt: £54.5m
Interest payable: £464,000

The scrambled mess of Rovers under Venky’s, the Indian chicken company, laid bare.

Venky’s took over in 2010 a club competing in the Premier League.

They immediately sacked Sam Allardyce, appointed Steve Kean as manager, before the well-regarded board resigned, and Rovers were relegated. Huge losses mean club is incapable of complying with the FFP rules.

League One awaits.
Copy-paste from the Telegraph, you cretin
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: Moving in the right direction? LOL! Blackburn Rovers are owned by Venky’s, the Indian chicken company. Turnover £26.9m: 4th highest in the league Wage bill £36.6m: 2nd highest in the league Wage as a proportion of turnover: 136% Directors’ pay: £747,960 paid to 6 directors, £223,776 in pay-off's Loss before tax: £36.5m Net debt: £54.5m Interest payable: £464,000 The scrambled mess of Rovers under Venky’s, the Indian chicken company, laid bare. Venky’s took over in 2010 a club competing in the Premier League. They immediately sacked Sam Allardyce, appointed Steve Kean as manager, before the well-regarded board resigned, and Rovers were relegated. Huge losses mean club is incapable of complying with the FFP rules. League One awaits.[/p][/quote]Copy-paste from the Telegraph, you cretin Rovers 1495
  • Score: 10

9:27am Fri 23 May 14

kitchener2 says...

Super-Clarets actually amazes me.....I mean, how the hell do you type in a straight jacket?
Super-Clarets actually amazes me.....I mean, how the hell do you type in a straight jacket? kitchener2
  • Score: 12

9:35am Fri 23 May 14

Super_Clarets says...

Rovers 1495 wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Moving in the right direction? LOL!


Blackburn Rovers are owned by Venky’s, the Indian chicken company.

Turnover £26.9m: 4th highest in the league
Wage bill £36.6m: 2nd highest in the league
Wage as a proportion of turnover: 136%
Directors’ pay: £747,960 paid to 6 directors, £223,776 in pay-off's
Loss before tax: £36.5m
Net debt: £54.5m
Interest payable: £464,000

The scrambled mess of Rovers under Venky’s, the Indian chicken company, laid bare.

Venky’s took over in 2010 a club competing in the Premier League.

They immediately sacked Sam Allardyce, appointed Steve Kean as manager, before the well-regarded board resigned, and Rovers were relegated. Huge losses mean club is incapable of complying with the FFP rules.

League One awaits.
Copy-paste from the Telegraph, you cretin
The Guardian, you cretiin.

Once again the facts are upsetting the no-dads who prefer to live in a world of fantasy and make-believe to protect themselves from the horror of the reality that is Burnley's fantastic season and Blackburn Rover's continued decline into obscurity and imminent financial meltdown..
[quote][p][bold]Rovers 1495[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: Moving in the right direction? LOL! Blackburn Rovers are owned by Venky’s, the Indian chicken company. Turnover £26.9m: 4th highest in the league Wage bill £36.6m: 2nd highest in the league Wage as a proportion of turnover: 136% Directors’ pay: £747,960 paid to 6 directors, £223,776 in pay-off's Loss before tax: £36.5m Net debt: £54.5m Interest payable: £464,000 The scrambled mess of Rovers under Venky’s, the Indian chicken company, laid bare. Venky’s took over in 2010 a club competing in the Premier League. They immediately sacked Sam Allardyce, appointed Steve Kean as manager, before the well-regarded board resigned, and Rovers were relegated. Huge losses mean club is incapable of complying with the FFP rules. League One awaits.[/p][/quote]Copy-paste from the Telegraph, you cretin[/p][/quote]The Guardian, you cretiin. Once again the facts are upsetting the no-dads who prefer to live in a world of fantasy and make-believe to protect themselves from the horror of the reality that is Burnley's fantastic season and Blackburn Rover's continued decline into obscurity and imminent financial meltdown.. Super_Clarets
  • Score: -5

9:37am Fri 23 May 14

Ewoodlegend says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
Moving in the right direction? LOL!


Blackburn Rovers are owned by Venky’s, the Indian chicken company.

Turnover £26.9m: 4th highest in the league
Wage bill £36.6m: 2nd highest in the league
Wage as a proportion of turnover: 136%
Directors’ pay: £747,960 paid to 6 directors, £223,776 in pay-off's
Loss before tax: £36.5m
Net debt: £54.5m
Interest payable: £464,000

The scrambled mess of Rovers under Venky’s, the Indian chicken company, laid bare.

Venky’s took over in 2010 a club competing in the Premier League.

They immediately sacked Sam Allardyce, appointed Steve Kean as manager, before the well-regarded board resigned, and Rovers were relegated. Huge losses mean club is incapable of complying with the FFP rules.

League One awaits.
Your knowledge of our club is amazing!! Are you sure your not really a Rovers fan and just can't handle it???

Or are you just so jealous of our history and club that you cant stop researching facts and figures to improve your knowledge of a great club!

Hahahaha spend more time looking at where Ings is going my good man with 6 fingers
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: Moving in the right direction? LOL! Blackburn Rovers are owned by Venky’s, the Indian chicken company. Turnover £26.9m: 4th highest in the league Wage bill £36.6m: 2nd highest in the league Wage as a proportion of turnover: 136% Directors’ pay: £747,960 paid to 6 directors, £223,776 in pay-off's Loss before tax: £36.5m Net debt: £54.5m Interest payable: £464,000 The scrambled mess of Rovers under Venky’s, the Indian chicken company, laid bare. Venky’s took over in 2010 a club competing in the Premier League. They immediately sacked Sam Allardyce, appointed Steve Kean as manager, before the well-regarded board resigned, and Rovers were relegated. Huge losses mean club is incapable of complying with the FFP rules. League One awaits.[/p][/quote]Your knowledge of our club is amazing!! Are you sure your not really a Rovers fan and just can't handle it??? Or are you just so jealous of our history and club that you cant stop researching facts and figures to improve your knowledge of a great club! Hahahaha spend more time looking at where Ings is going my good man with 6 fingers Ewoodlegend
  • Score: 4

9:49am Fri 23 May 14

PhilipMc says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
Moving in the right direction? LOL!


Blackburn Rovers are owned by Venky’s, the Indian chicken company.

Turnover £26.9m: 4th highest in the league
Wage bill £36.6m: 2nd highest in the league
Wage as a proportion of turnover: 136%
Directors’ pay: £747,960 paid to 6 directors, £223,776 in pay-off's
Loss before tax: £36.5m
Net debt: £54.5m
Interest payable: £464,000

The scrambled mess of Rovers under Venky’s, the Indian chicken company, laid bare.

Venky’s took over in 2010 a club competing in the Premier League.

They immediately sacked Sam Allardyce, appointed Steve Kean as manager, before the well-regarded board resigned, and Rovers were relegated. Huge losses mean club is incapable of complying with the FFP rules.

League One awaits.
THE CHAMPIONSHIP AWAITS ! ;)
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: Moving in the right direction? LOL! Blackburn Rovers are owned by Venky’s, the Indian chicken company. Turnover £26.9m: 4th highest in the league Wage bill £36.6m: 2nd highest in the league Wage as a proportion of turnover: 136% Directors’ pay: £747,960 paid to 6 directors, £223,776 in pay-off's Loss before tax: £36.5m Net debt: £54.5m Interest payable: £464,000 The scrambled mess of Rovers under Venky’s, the Indian chicken company, laid bare. Venky’s took over in 2010 a club competing in the Premier League. They immediately sacked Sam Allardyce, appointed Steve Kean as manager, before the well-regarded board resigned, and Rovers were relegated. Huge losses mean club is incapable of complying with the FFP rules. League One awaits.[/p][/quote]THE CHAMPIONSHIP AWAITS ! ;) PhilipMc
  • Score: 6

9:59am Fri 23 May 14

Warnie says...

Jason Lowe ha ha. The article was reading well until reality kicked in with the words ' but financial fair play' ...... and sadly this is the problem. League 1 beckons Im afraid.

Warnie.
Jason Lowe ha ha. The article was reading well until reality kicked in with the words ' but financial fair play' ...... and sadly this is the problem. League 1 beckons Im afraid. Warnie. Warnie
  • Score: -5

10:04am Fri 23 May 14

Super_Clarets says...

Ewoodlegend wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Moving in the right direction? LOL!


Blackburn Rovers are owned by Venky’s, the Indian chicken company.

Turnover £26.9m: 4th highest in the league
Wage bill £36.6m: 2nd highest in the league
Wage as a proportion of turnover: 136%
Directors’ pay: £747,960 paid to 6 directors, £223,776 in pay-off's
Loss before tax: £36.5m
Net debt: £54.5m
Interest payable: £464,000

The scrambled mess of Rovers under Venky’s, the Indian chicken company, laid bare.

Venky’s took over in 2010 a club competing in the Premier League.

They immediately sacked Sam Allardyce, appointed Steve Kean as manager, before the well-regarded board resigned, and Rovers were relegated. Huge losses mean club is incapable of complying with the FFP rules.

League One awaits.
Your knowledge of our club is amazing!! Are you sure your not really a Rovers fan and just can't handle it???

Or are you just so jealous of our history and club that you cant stop researching facts and figures to improve your knowledge of a great club!

Hahahaha spend more time looking at where Ings is going my good man with 6 fingers
I read an article in the Guardian related to the shambolic state of your clubs finances and relayed it for your reading pleasure. Interesting stuff I'm sure you'll agree.

And your mam appreciates the extra digit.
[quote][p][bold]Ewoodlegend[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: Moving in the right direction? LOL! Blackburn Rovers are owned by Venky’s, the Indian chicken company. Turnover £26.9m: 4th highest in the league Wage bill £36.6m: 2nd highest in the league Wage as a proportion of turnover: 136% Directors’ pay: £747,960 paid to 6 directors, £223,776 in pay-off's Loss before tax: £36.5m Net debt: £54.5m Interest payable: £464,000 The scrambled mess of Rovers under Venky’s, the Indian chicken company, laid bare. Venky’s took over in 2010 a club competing in the Premier League. They immediately sacked Sam Allardyce, appointed Steve Kean as manager, before the well-regarded board resigned, and Rovers were relegated. Huge losses mean club is incapable of complying with the FFP rules. League One awaits.[/p][/quote]Your knowledge of our club is amazing!! Are you sure your not really a Rovers fan and just can't handle it??? Or are you just so jealous of our history and club that you cant stop researching facts and figures to improve your knowledge of a great club! Hahahaha spend more time looking at where Ings is going my good man with 6 fingers[/p][/quote]I read an article in the Guardian related to the shambolic state of your clubs finances and relayed it for your reading pleasure. Interesting stuff I'm sure you'll agree. And your mam appreciates the extra digit. Super_Clarets
  • Score: 4

10:19am Fri 23 May 14

Stretch_22 says...

Funny that even Ings doesn't believe Burnley are a Premier League club, with his refusal to sign a new contract. Must be itching for a quick escape!!
Funny that even Ings doesn't believe Burnley are a Premier League club, with his refusal to sign a new contract. Must be itching for a quick escape!! Stretch_22
  • Score: 3

10:31am Fri 23 May 14

Super_Clarets says...

Ladies and Gentlemen.

Welcome aboard the League One Express departing from Blackburn, stopping at Transfer Embargo, Firesale, Administration and Relegation.

Sit back and enjoy the ride.

Choo Choo!
Ladies and Gentlemen. Welcome aboard the League One Express departing from Blackburn, stopping at Transfer Embargo, Firesale, Administration and Relegation. Sit back and enjoy the ride. Choo Choo! Super_Clarets
  • Score: -3

10:44am Fri 23 May 14

jimluftas says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
Ladies and Gentlemen.

Welcome aboard the League One Express departing from Blackburn, stopping at Transfer Embargo, Firesale, Administration and Relegation.

Sit back and enjoy the ride.

Choo Choo!
Are you actually a real person? Cos I've never met anyone as cuntish as you.
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: Ladies and Gentlemen. Welcome aboard the League One Express departing from Blackburn, stopping at Transfer Embargo, Firesale, Administration and Relegation. Sit back and enjoy the ride. Choo Choo![/p][/quote]Are you actually a real person? Cos I've never met anyone as cuntish as you. jimluftas
  • Score: 17

10:54am Fri 23 May 14

Rovers 1495 says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
Rovers 1495 wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Moving in the right direction? LOL!


Blackburn Rovers are owned by Venky’s, the Indian chicken company.

Turnover £26.9m: 4th highest in the league
Wage bill £36.6m: 2nd highest in the league
Wage as a proportion of turnover: 136%
Directors’ pay: £747,960 paid to 6 directors, £223,776 in pay-off's
Loss before tax: £36.5m
Net debt: £54.5m
Interest payable: £464,000

The scrambled mess of Rovers under Venky’s, the Indian chicken company, laid bare.

Venky’s took over in 2010 a club competing in the Premier League.

They immediately sacked Sam Allardyce, appointed Steve Kean as manager, before the well-regarded board resigned, and Rovers were relegated. Huge losses mean club is incapable of complying with the FFP rules.

League One awaits.
Copy-paste from the Telegraph, you cretin
The Guardian, you cretiin.

Once again the facts are upsetting the no-dads who prefer to live in a world of fantasy and make-believe to protect themselves from the horror of the reality that is Burnley's fantastic season and Blackburn Rover's continued decline into obscurity and imminent financial meltdown..
The facts are the facts, no-one's getting upset, the only person who's getting a boner from it is you
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rovers 1495[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: Moving in the right direction? LOL! Blackburn Rovers are owned by Venky’s, the Indian chicken company. Turnover £26.9m: 4th highest in the league Wage bill £36.6m: 2nd highest in the league Wage as a proportion of turnover: 136% Directors’ pay: £747,960 paid to 6 directors, £223,776 in pay-off's Loss before tax: £36.5m Net debt: £54.5m Interest payable: £464,000 The scrambled mess of Rovers under Venky’s, the Indian chicken company, laid bare. Venky’s took over in 2010 a club competing in the Premier League. They immediately sacked Sam Allardyce, appointed Steve Kean as manager, before the well-regarded board resigned, and Rovers were relegated. Huge losses mean club is incapable of complying with the FFP rules. League One awaits.[/p][/quote]Copy-paste from the Telegraph, you cretin[/p][/quote]The Guardian, you cretiin. Once again the facts are upsetting the no-dads who prefer to live in a world of fantasy and make-believe to protect themselves from the horror of the reality that is Burnley's fantastic season and Blackburn Rover's continued decline into obscurity and imminent financial meltdown..[/p][/quote]The facts are the facts, no-one's getting upset, the only person who's getting a boner from it is you Rovers 1495
  • Score: 8

10:55am Fri 23 May 14

GAZHAY says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
Ewoodlegend wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Moving in the right direction? LOL!


Blackburn Rovers are owned by Venky’s, the Indian chicken company.

Turnover £26.9m: 4th highest in the league
Wage bill £36.6m: 2nd highest in the league
Wage as a proportion of turnover: 136%
Directors’ pay: £747,960 paid to 6 directors, £223,776 in pay-off's
Loss before tax: £36.5m
Net debt: £54.5m
Interest payable: £464,000

The scrambled mess of Rovers under Venky’s, the Indian chicken company, laid bare.

Venky’s took over in 2010 a club competing in the Premier League.

They immediately sacked Sam Allardyce, appointed Steve Kean as manager, before the well-regarded board resigned, and Rovers were relegated. Huge losses mean club is incapable of complying with the FFP rules.

League One awaits.
Your knowledge of our club is amazing!! Are you sure your not really a Rovers fan and just can't handle it???

Or are you just so jealous of our history and club that you cant stop researching facts and figures to improve your knowledge of a great club!

Hahahaha spend more time looking at where Ings is going my good man with 6 fingers
I read an article in the Guardian related to the shambolic state of your clubs finances and relayed it for your reading pleasure. Interesting stuff I'm sure you'll agree.

And your mam appreciates the extra digit.
Are you sure you understand the Guardian???
Guaranteed you didn't buy it.
p.s GET A LIFE!!!!!
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Ewoodlegend[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: Moving in the right direction? LOL! Blackburn Rovers are owned by Venky’s, the Indian chicken company. Turnover £26.9m: 4th highest in the league Wage bill £36.6m: 2nd highest in the league Wage as a proportion of turnover: 136% Directors’ pay: £747,960 paid to 6 directors, £223,776 in pay-off's Loss before tax: £36.5m Net debt: £54.5m Interest payable: £464,000 The scrambled mess of Rovers under Venky’s, the Indian chicken company, laid bare. Venky’s took over in 2010 a club competing in the Premier League. They immediately sacked Sam Allardyce, appointed Steve Kean as manager, before the well-regarded board resigned, and Rovers were relegated. Huge losses mean club is incapable of complying with the FFP rules. League One awaits.[/p][/quote]Your knowledge of our club is amazing!! Are you sure your not really a Rovers fan and just can't handle it??? Or are you just so jealous of our history and club that you cant stop researching facts and figures to improve your knowledge of a great club! Hahahaha spend more time looking at where Ings is going my good man with 6 fingers[/p][/quote]I read an article in the Guardian related to the shambolic state of your clubs finances and relayed it for your reading pleasure. Interesting stuff I'm sure you'll agree. And your mam appreciates the extra digit.[/p][/quote]Are you sure you understand the Guardian??? Guaranteed you didn't buy it. p.s GET A LIFE!!!!! GAZHAY
  • Score: 6

11:20am Fri 23 May 14

French Rover says...

Reckon from the number of thumbs up (for Claret rubbish) and thumbs down (on Rovers posts) this morning on this article - that the Claret Cretin has at least 6 nom de plumes on here. Surely the LET can suss the rogue accounts out and ban this clown.
Reckon from the number of thumbs up (for Claret rubbish) and thumbs down (on Rovers posts) this morning on this article - that the Claret Cretin has at least 6 nom de plumes on here. Surely the LET can suss the rogue accounts out and ban this clown. French Rover
  • Score: 15

11:27am Fri 23 May 14

Welsh Rover says...

It's good to read these comments from Lowe. It shows that Bowyer has already got a tight-knit group of players to work with and, aside from a couple of necessary additions, there is not a lot to be done with regards to bringing players in. This means that Bowyer will have more time to concentrate on moving the excess squad players on to pastures new. No mean feat, granted, but I believe Bowyer is the man to do it.

Dewch Ar Chi Gleision!
It's good to read these comments from Lowe. It shows that Bowyer has already got a tight-knit group of players to work with and, aside from a couple of necessary additions, there is not a lot to be done with regards to bringing players in. This means that Bowyer will have more time to concentrate on moving the excess squad players on to pastures new. No mean feat, granted, but I believe Bowyer is the man to do it. Dewch Ar Chi Gleision! Welsh Rover
  • Score: 7

11:35am Fri 23 May 14

Rovers 1495 says...

To be sung (to the tune of Match Of The Day) after Bumley's first match in the Premier League

Ha ha ha ha ha-ha-ha-ha-ha
Ha ha ha-ha-ha-ha
Ha ha ha ha ha-ha-ha-ha-ha
Ha ha ha-ha-ha-ha
Ha ha ha ha ha-ha-ha-ha-ha
Ha ha ha-ha-ha-ha
Ha ha ha-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha ha ha ha-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha
To be sung (to the tune of Match Of The Day) after Bumley's first match in the Premier League Ha ha ha ha ha-ha-ha-ha-ha Ha ha ha-ha-ha-ha Ha ha ha ha ha-ha-ha-ha-ha Ha ha ha-ha-ha-ha Ha ha ha ha ha-ha-ha-ha-ha Ha ha ha-ha-ha-ha Ha ha ha-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha ha ha ha-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha Rovers 1495
  • Score: 5

11:35am Fri 23 May 14

jim 2012 says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
Moving in the right direction? LOL!


Blackburn Rovers are owned by Venky’s, the Indian chicken company.

Turnover £26.9m: 4th highest in the league
Wage bill £36.6m: 2nd highest in the league
Wage as a proportion of turnover: 136%
Directors’ pay: £747,960 paid to 6 directors, £223,776 in pay-off's
Loss before tax: £36.5m
Net debt: £54.5m
Interest payable: £464,000

The scrambled mess of Rovers under Venky’s, the Indian chicken company, laid bare.

Venky’s took over in 2010 a club competing in the Premier League.

They immediately sacked Sam Allardyce, appointed Steve Kean as manager, before the well-regarded board resigned, and Rovers were relegated. Huge losses mean club is incapable of complying with the FFP rules.

League One awaits.
what you fail to bring to our attention is the number of other clubs the championship incapable of complying with the FFP
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: Moving in the right direction? LOL! Blackburn Rovers are owned by Venky’s, the Indian chicken company. Turnover £26.9m: 4th highest in the league Wage bill £36.6m: 2nd highest in the league Wage as a proportion of turnover: 136% Directors’ pay: £747,960 paid to 6 directors, £223,776 in pay-off's Loss before tax: £36.5m Net debt: £54.5m Interest payable: £464,000 The scrambled mess of Rovers under Venky’s, the Indian chicken company, laid bare. Venky’s took over in 2010 a club competing in the Premier League. They immediately sacked Sam Allardyce, appointed Steve Kean as manager, before the well-regarded board resigned, and Rovers were relegated. Huge losses mean club is incapable of complying with the FFP rules. League One awaits.[/p][/quote]what you fail to bring to our attention is the number of other clubs the championship incapable of complying with the FFP jim 2012
  • Score: 10

11:36am Fri 23 May 14

Ewoodlegend says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
Ewoodlegend wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Moving in the right direction? LOL!


Blackburn Rovers are owned by Venky’s, the Indian chicken company.

Turnover £26.9m: 4th highest in the league
Wage bill £36.6m: 2nd highest in the league
Wage as a proportion of turnover: 136%
Directors’ pay: £747,960 paid to 6 directors, £223,776 in pay-off's
Loss before tax: £36.5m
Net debt: £54.5m
Interest payable: £464,000

The scrambled mess of Rovers under Venky’s, the Indian chicken company, laid bare.

Venky’s took over in 2010 a club competing in the Premier League.

They immediately sacked Sam Allardyce, appointed Steve Kean as manager, before the well-regarded board resigned, and Rovers were relegated. Huge losses mean club is incapable of complying with the FFP rules.

League One awaits.
Your knowledge of our club is amazing!! Are you sure your not really a Rovers fan and just can't handle it???

Or are you just so jealous of our history and club that you cant stop researching facts and figures to improve your knowledge of a great club!

Hahahaha spend more time looking at where Ings is going my good man with 6 fingers
I read an article in the Guardian related to the shambolic state of your clubs finances and relayed it for your reading pleasure. Interesting stuff I'm sure you'll agree.

And your mam appreciates the extra digit.
So your looking at the pictures in the paper and come to a section on Rovers, you then get someone who can read to read the article to you!!! Why????? Unless you have some secret fantasy/obsession with Rovers would you spend time reading about a club who you apparently hate?

I'm very surprised to be honest

and i'm very surprised you have room for my mum with yours and your sisters taking up all 12 fingers! However I like the fact you admit to it....fair play my boy
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Ewoodlegend[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: Moving in the right direction? LOL! Blackburn Rovers are owned by Venky’s, the Indian chicken company. Turnover £26.9m: 4th highest in the league Wage bill £36.6m: 2nd highest in the league Wage as a proportion of turnover: 136% Directors’ pay: £747,960 paid to 6 directors, £223,776 in pay-off's Loss before tax: £36.5m Net debt: £54.5m Interest payable: £464,000 The scrambled mess of Rovers under Venky’s, the Indian chicken company, laid bare. Venky’s took over in 2010 a club competing in the Premier League. They immediately sacked Sam Allardyce, appointed Steve Kean as manager, before the well-regarded board resigned, and Rovers were relegated. Huge losses mean club is incapable of complying with the FFP rules. League One awaits.[/p][/quote]Your knowledge of our club is amazing!! Are you sure your not really a Rovers fan and just can't handle it??? Or are you just so jealous of our history and club that you cant stop researching facts and figures to improve your knowledge of a great club! Hahahaha spend more time looking at where Ings is going my good man with 6 fingers[/p][/quote]I read an article in the Guardian related to the shambolic state of your clubs finances and relayed it for your reading pleasure. Interesting stuff I'm sure you'll agree. And your mam appreciates the extra digit.[/p][/quote]So your looking at the pictures in the paper and come to a section on Rovers, you then get someone who can read to read the article to you!!! Why????? Unless you have some secret fantasy/obsession with Rovers would you spend time reading about a club who you apparently hate? I'm very surprised to be honest and i'm very surprised you have room for my mum with yours and your sisters taking up all 12 fingers! However I like the fact you admit to it....fair play my boy Ewoodlegend
  • Score: 14

11:37am Fri 23 May 14

Whydidtheybanme? says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
Ladies and Gentlemen.

Welcome aboard the League One Express departing from Blackburn, stopping at Transfer Embargo, Firesale, Administration and Relegation.

Sit back and enjoy the ride.

Choo Choo!
Still seriously obsessed. You sad little man.
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: Ladies and Gentlemen. Welcome aboard the League One Express departing from Blackburn, stopping at Transfer Embargo, Firesale, Administration and Relegation. Sit back and enjoy the ride. Choo Choo![/p][/quote]Still seriously obsessed. You sad little man. Whydidtheybanme?
  • Score: 10

11:48am Fri 23 May 14

Harwoodstblue says...

jinkyjase wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote: Moving in the right direction? LOL! Blackburn Rovers are owned by Venky’s, the Indian chicken company. Turnover £26.9m: 4th highest in the league Wage bill £36.6m: 2nd highest in the league Wage as a proportion of turnover: 136% Directors’ pay: £747,960 paid to 6 directors, £223,776 in pay-off's Loss before tax: £36.5m Net debt: £54.5m Interest payable: £464,000 The scrambled mess of Rovers under Venky’s, the Indian chicken company, laid bare. Venky’s took over in 2010 a club competing in the Premier League. They immediately sacked Sam Allardyce, appointed Steve Kean as manager, before the well-regarded board resigned, and Rovers were relegated. Huge losses mean club is incapable of complying with the FFP rules. League One awaits.
OMG you ARE actually obsessed with us ScruffyClaret. It's no surprise, we're actually a Football Club that's relevant.
He seems to know more about Rovers than most of us, a true obsession.

I couldn';t even tell you what street Turd Moori s on.......
[quote][p][bold]jinkyjase[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: Moving in the right direction? LOL! Blackburn Rovers are owned by Venky’s, the Indian chicken company. Turnover £26.9m: 4th highest in the league Wage bill £36.6m: 2nd highest in the league Wage as a proportion of turnover: 136% Directors’ pay: £747,960 paid to 6 directors, £223,776 in pay-off's Loss before tax: £36.5m Net debt: £54.5m Interest payable: £464,000 The scrambled mess of Rovers under Venky’s, the Indian chicken company, laid bare. Venky’s took over in 2010 a club competing in the Premier League. They immediately sacked Sam Allardyce, appointed Steve Kean as manager, before the well-regarded board resigned, and Rovers were relegated. Huge losses mean club is incapable of complying with the FFP rules. League One awaits.[/p][/quote]OMG you ARE actually obsessed with us ScruffyClaret. It's no surprise, we're actually a Football Club that's relevant.[/p][/quote]He seems to know more about Rovers than most of us, a true obsession. I couldn';t even tell you what street Turd Moori s on....... Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 7

11:55am Fri 23 May 14

Super_Clarets says...

Rovers 1495 wrote:
To be sung (to the tune of Match Of The Day) after Bumley's first match in the Premier League

Ha ha ha ha ha-ha-ha-ha-ha
Ha ha ha-ha-ha-ha
Ha ha ha ha ha-ha-ha-ha-ha
Ha ha ha-ha-ha-ha
Ha ha ha ha ha-ha-ha-ha-ha
Ha ha ha-ha-ha-ha
Ha ha ha-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha ha ha ha-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha
And when we win?

There will simply be more sobbing from down the M65 as the reality of your wretched future and our momentous progress sinks in.

Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley. Hahahahahahaha!
[quote][p][bold]Rovers 1495[/bold] wrote: To be sung (to the tune of Match Of The Day) after Bumley's first match in the Premier League Ha ha ha ha ha-ha-ha-ha-ha Ha ha ha-ha-ha-ha Ha ha ha ha ha-ha-ha-ha-ha Ha ha ha-ha-ha-ha Ha ha ha ha ha-ha-ha-ha-ha Ha ha ha-ha-ha-ha Ha ha ha-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha ha ha ha-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha[/p][/quote]And when we win? There will simply be more sobbing from down the M65 as the reality of your wretched future and our momentous progress sinks in. Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley. Hahahahahahaha! Super_Clarets
  • Score: -7

11:55am Fri 23 May 14

Harwoodstblue says...

French Rover wrote:
Reckon from the number of thumbs up (for Claret rubbish) and thumbs down (on Rovers posts) this morning on this article - that the Claret Cretin has at least 6 nom de plumes on here. Surely the LET can suss the rogue accounts out and ban this clown.
He's switchimg from account to account now to give himself the thumbs up FR. This obsession of his surely is an illness.
[quote][p][bold]French Rover[/bold] wrote: Reckon from the number of thumbs up (for Claret rubbish) and thumbs down (on Rovers posts) this morning on this article - that the Claret Cretin has at least 6 nom de plumes on here. Surely the LET can suss the rogue accounts out and ban this clown.[/p][/quote]He's switchimg from account to account now to give himself the thumbs up FR. This obsession of his surely is an illness. Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 8

12:00pm Fri 23 May 14

Harwoodstblue says...

jim 2012 wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote: Moving in the right direction? LOL! Blackburn Rovers are owned by Venky’s, the Indian chicken company. Turnover £26.9m: 4th highest in the league Wage bill £36.6m: 2nd highest in the league Wage as a proportion of turnover: 136% Directors’ pay: £747,960 paid to 6 directors, £223,776 in pay-off's Loss before tax: £36.5m Net debt: £54.5m Interest payable: £464,000 The scrambled mess of Rovers under Venky’s, the Indian chicken company, laid bare. Venky’s took over in 2010 a club competing in the Premier League. They immediately sacked Sam Allardyce, appointed Steve Kean as manager, before the well-regarded board resigned, and Rovers were relegated. Huge losses mean club is incapable of complying with the FFP rules. League One awaits.
what you fail to bring to our attention is the number of other clubs the championship incapable of complying with the FFP
And that's getting on for half I would say so we're in good company
[quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: Moving in the right direction? LOL! Blackburn Rovers are owned by Venky’s, the Indian chicken company. Turnover £26.9m: 4th highest in the league Wage bill £36.6m: 2nd highest in the league Wage as a proportion of turnover: 136% Directors’ pay: £747,960 paid to 6 directors, £223,776 in pay-off's Loss before tax: £36.5m Net debt: £54.5m Interest payable: £464,000 The scrambled mess of Rovers under Venky’s, the Indian chicken company, laid bare. Venky’s took over in 2010 a club competing in the Premier League. They immediately sacked Sam Allardyce, appointed Steve Kean as manager, before the well-regarded board resigned, and Rovers were relegated. Huge losses mean club is incapable of complying with the FFP rules. League One awaits.[/p][/quote]what you fail to bring to our attention is the number of other clubs the championship incapable of complying with the FFP[/p][/quote]And that's getting on for half I would say so we're in good company Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 4

12:01pm Fri 23 May 14

Ewoodlegend says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
Rovers 1495 wrote:
To be sung (to the tune of Match Of The Day) after Bumley's first match in the Premier League

Ha ha ha ha ha-ha-ha-ha-ha
Ha ha ha-ha-ha-ha
Ha ha ha ha ha-ha-ha-ha-ha
Ha ha ha-ha-ha-ha
Ha ha ha ha ha-ha-ha-ha-ha
Ha ha ha-ha-ha-ha
Ha ha ha-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha ha ha ha-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha
And when we win?

There will simply be more sobbing from down the M65 as the reality of your wretched future and our momentous progress sinks in.

Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley. Hahahahahahaha!
One victory in 34 years and he can't let go of his dads **** hahaha when reality sets in we will be laughing

Won't be long until the police catch him and take him back to the home for 'special' people
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rovers 1495[/bold] wrote: To be sung (to the tune of Match Of The Day) after Bumley's first match in the Premier League Ha ha ha ha ha-ha-ha-ha-ha Ha ha ha-ha-ha-ha Ha ha ha ha ha-ha-ha-ha-ha Ha ha ha-ha-ha-ha Ha ha ha ha ha-ha-ha-ha-ha Ha ha ha-ha-ha-ha Ha ha ha-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha ha ha ha-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha[/p][/quote]And when we win? There will simply be more sobbing from down the M65 as the reality of your wretched future and our momentous progress sinks in. Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley. Hahahahahahaha![/p][/quote]One victory in 34 years and he can't let go of his dads **** hahaha when reality sets in we will be laughing Won't be long until the police catch him and take him back to the home for 'special' people Ewoodlegend
  • Score: 6

12:05pm Fri 23 May 14

Super_Clarets says...

jim 2012 wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Moving in the right direction? LOL!


Blackburn Rovers are owned by Venky’s, the Indian chicken company.

Turnover £26.9m: 4th highest in the league
Wage bill £36.6m: 2nd highest in the league
Wage as a proportion of turnover: 136%
Directors’ pay: £747,960 paid to 6 directors, £223,776 in pay-off's
Loss before tax: £36.5m
Net debt: £54.5m
Interest payable: £464,000

The scrambled mess of Rovers under Venky’s, the Indian chicken company, laid bare.

Venky’s took over in 2010 a club competing in the Premier League.

They immediately sacked Sam Allardyce, appointed Steve Kean as manager, before the well-regarded board resigned, and Rovers were relegated. Huge losses mean club is incapable of complying with the FFP rules.

League One awaits.
what you fail to bring to our attention is the number of other clubs the championship incapable of complying with the FFP
Leicester - promoted to the Premier League so not an issue.

QPR - in the play-off final, will be subject to a large fine if promoted (not an issue given the owners wealth), or a transfer embargo if not promoted. Again not really an issue given their current squad size and strength.

Nottingham Forest, likely to be subject to a transfer embargo as of January 2015. Have the benefit of an average attendance of 24,000 and a strong squad to make a concerted push for promotion next season.

Blackburn Rovers, serial over-spenders who shot their load on getting back into the Premier League at the first attempt, failed miserably, and then continued to fund obscene contracts for a second financially draining season outside the top flight, and failed miserable once again. Certainties for a transfer embargo in January 2015, cost cutting requirements of £25million will see a poor squad weakened even further with the likelihood of a further relegation before the financial situation can be aligned with the new rules.

For your information, the VAST majority of clubs are well-run and have been preparing for FFP over the last two seasons. The rules were in place from 2012.

There may be trouble ahead.
[quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: Moving in the right direction? LOL! Blackburn Rovers are owned by Venky’s, the Indian chicken company. Turnover £26.9m: 4th highest in the league Wage bill £36.6m: 2nd highest in the league Wage as a proportion of turnover: 136% Directors’ pay: £747,960 paid to 6 directors, £223,776 in pay-off's Loss before tax: £36.5m Net debt: £54.5m Interest payable: £464,000 The scrambled mess of Rovers under Venky’s, the Indian chicken company, laid bare. Venky’s took over in 2010 a club competing in the Premier League. They immediately sacked Sam Allardyce, appointed Steve Kean as manager, before the well-regarded board resigned, and Rovers were relegated. Huge losses mean club is incapable of complying with the FFP rules. League One awaits.[/p][/quote]what you fail to bring to our attention is the number of other clubs the championship incapable of complying with the FFP[/p][/quote]Leicester - promoted to the Premier League so not an issue. QPR - in the play-off final, will be subject to a large fine if promoted (not an issue given the owners wealth), or a transfer embargo if not promoted. Again not really an issue given their current squad size and strength. Nottingham Forest, likely to be subject to a transfer embargo as of January 2015. Have the benefit of an average attendance of 24,000 and a strong squad to make a concerted push for promotion next season. Blackburn Rovers, serial over-spenders who shot their load on getting back into the Premier League at the first attempt, failed miserably, and then continued to fund obscene contracts for a second financially draining season outside the top flight, and failed miserable once again. Certainties for a transfer embargo in January 2015, cost cutting requirements of £25million will see a poor squad weakened even further with the likelihood of a further relegation before the financial situation can be aligned with the new rules. For your information, the VAST majority of clubs are well-run and have been preparing for FFP over the last two seasons. The rules were in place from 2012. There may be trouble ahead. Super_Clarets
  • Score: -8

12:13pm Fri 23 May 14

Tatts says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
jim 2012 wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Moving in the right direction? LOL!


Blackburn Rovers are owned by Venky’s, the Indian chicken company.

Turnover £26.9m: 4th highest in the league
Wage bill £36.6m: 2nd highest in the league
Wage as a proportion of turnover: 136%
Directors’ pay: £747,960 paid to 6 directors, £223,776 in pay-off's
Loss before tax: £36.5m
Net debt: £54.5m
Interest payable: £464,000

The scrambled mess of Rovers under Venky’s, the Indian chicken company, laid bare.

Venky’s took over in 2010 a club competing in the Premier League.

They immediately sacked Sam Allardyce, appointed Steve Kean as manager, before the well-regarded board resigned, and Rovers were relegated. Huge losses mean club is incapable of complying with the FFP rules.

League One awaits.
what you fail to bring to our attention is the number of other clubs the championship incapable of complying with the FFP
Leicester - promoted to the Premier League so not an issue.

QPR - in the play-off final, will be subject to a large fine if promoted (not an issue given the owners wealth), or a transfer embargo if not promoted. Again not really an issue given their current squad size and strength.

Nottingham Forest, likely to be subject to a transfer embargo as of January 2015. Have the benefit of an average attendance of 24,000 and a strong squad to make a concerted push for promotion next season.

Blackburn Rovers, serial over-spenders who shot their load on getting back into the Premier League at the first attempt, failed miserably, and then continued to fund obscene contracts for a second financially draining season outside the top flight, and failed miserable once again. Certainties for a transfer embargo in January 2015, cost cutting requirements of £25million will see a poor squad weakened even further with the likelihood of a further relegation before the financial situation can be aligned with the new rules.

For your information, the VAST majority of clubs are well-run and have been preparing for FFP over the last two seasons. The rules were in place from 2012.

There may be trouble ahead.
Time to go back to your cage Reek.
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: Moving in the right direction? LOL! Blackburn Rovers are owned by Venky’s, the Indian chicken company. Turnover £26.9m: 4th highest in the league Wage bill £36.6m: 2nd highest in the league Wage as a proportion of turnover: 136% Directors’ pay: £747,960 paid to 6 directors, £223,776 in pay-off's Loss before tax: £36.5m Net debt: £54.5m Interest payable: £464,000 The scrambled mess of Rovers under Venky’s, the Indian chicken company, laid bare. Venky’s took over in 2010 a club competing in the Premier League. They immediately sacked Sam Allardyce, appointed Steve Kean as manager, before the well-regarded board resigned, and Rovers were relegated. Huge losses mean club is incapable of complying with the FFP rules. League One awaits.[/p][/quote]what you fail to bring to our attention is the number of other clubs the championship incapable of complying with the FFP[/p][/quote]Leicester - promoted to the Premier League so not an issue. QPR - in the play-off final, will be subject to a large fine if promoted (not an issue given the owners wealth), or a transfer embargo if not promoted. Again not really an issue given their current squad size and strength. Nottingham Forest, likely to be subject to a transfer embargo as of January 2015. Have the benefit of an average attendance of 24,000 and a strong squad to make a concerted push for promotion next season. Blackburn Rovers, serial over-spenders who shot their load on getting back into the Premier League at the first attempt, failed miserably, and then continued to fund obscene contracts for a second financially draining season outside the top flight, and failed miserable once again. Certainties for a transfer embargo in January 2015, cost cutting requirements of £25million will see a poor squad weakened even further with the likelihood of a further relegation before the financial situation can be aligned with the new rules. For your information, the VAST majority of clubs are well-run and have been preparing for FFP over the last two seasons. The rules were in place from 2012. There may be trouble ahead.[/p][/quote]Time to go back to your cage Reek. Tatts
  • Score: 6

12:18pm Fri 23 May 14

Super_Clarets says...

Ewoodlegend wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Ewoodlegend wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Moving in the right direction? LOL!


Blackburn Rovers are owned by Venky’s, the Indian chicken company.

Turnover £26.9m: 4th highest in the league
Wage bill £36.6m: 2nd highest in the league
Wage as a proportion of turnover: 136%
Directors’ pay: £747,960 paid to 6 directors, £223,776 in pay-off's
Loss before tax: £36.5m
Net debt: £54.5m
Interest payable: £464,000

The scrambled mess of Rovers under Venky’s, the Indian chicken company, laid bare.

Venky’s took over in 2010 a club competing in the Premier League.

They immediately sacked Sam Allardyce, appointed Steve Kean as manager, before the well-regarded board resigned, and Rovers were relegated. Huge losses mean club is incapable of complying with the FFP rules.

League One awaits.
Your knowledge of our club is amazing!! Are you sure your not really a Rovers fan and just can't handle it???

Or are you just so jealous of our history and club that you cant stop researching facts and figures to improve your knowledge of a great club!

Hahahaha spend more time looking at where Ings is going my good man with 6 fingers
I read an article in the Guardian related to the shambolic state of your clubs finances and relayed it for your reading pleasure. Interesting stuff I'm sure you'll agree.

And your mam appreciates the extra digit.
So your looking at the pictures in the paper and come to a section on Rovers, you then get someone who can read to read the article to you!!! Why????? Unless you have some secret fantasy/obsession with Rovers would you spend time reading about a club who you apparently hate?

I'm very surprised to be honest

and i'm very surprised you have room for my mum with yours and your sisters taking up all 12 fingers! However I like the fact you admit to it....fair play my boy
I actually have an education unlike yourself Mungo.

And I only have eyes for your mum I'm afraid, those extra digits are toes if you must know, but boy does she like it.
[quote][p][bold]Ewoodlegend[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Ewoodlegend[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: Moving in the right direction? LOL! Blackburn Rovers are owned by Venky’s, the Indian chicken company. Turnover £26.9m: 4th highest in the league Wage bill £36.6m: 2nd highest in the league Wage as a proportion of turnover: 136% Directors’ pay: £747,960 paid to 6 directors, £223,776 in pay-off's Loss before tax: £36.5m Net debt: £54.5m Interest payable: £464,000 The scrambled mess of Rovers under Venky’s, the Indian chicken company, laid bare. Venky’s took over in 2010 a club competing in the Premier League. They immediately sacked Sam Allardyce, appointed Steve Kean as manager, before the well-regarded board resigned, and Rovers were relegated. Huge losses mean club is incapable of complying with the FFP rules. League One awaits.[/p][/quote]Your knowledge of our club is amazing!! Are you sure your not really a Rovers fan and just can't handle it??? Or are you just so jealous of our history and club that you cant stop researching facts and figures to improve your knowledge of a great club! Hahahaha spend more time looking at where Ings is going my good man with 6 fingers[/p][/quote]I read an article in the Guardian related to the shambolic state of your clubs finances and relayed it for your reading pleasure. Interesting stuff I'm sure you'll agree. And your mam appreciates the extra digit.[/p][/quote]So your looking at the pictures in the paper and come to a section on Rovers, you then get someone who can read to read the article to you!!! Why????? Unless you have some secret fantasy/obsession with Rovers would you spend time reading about a club who you apparently hate? I'm very surprised to be honest and i'm very surprised you have room for my mum with yours and your sisters taking up all 12 fingers! However I like the fact you admit to it....fair play my boy[/p][/quote]I actually have an education unlike yourself Mungo. And I only have eyes for your mum I'm afraid, those extra digits are toes if you must know, but boy does she like it. Super_Clarets
  • Score: -2

12:21pm Fri 23 May 14

Super_Clarets says...

Whydidtheybanme? wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Ladies and Gentlemen.

Welcome aboard the League One Express departing from Blackburn, stopping at Transfer Embargo, Firesale, Administration and Relegation.

Sit back and enjoy the ride.

Choo Choo!
Still seriously obsessed. You sad little man.
Now now Mally, don't be getting above your station, we know what happens when you get lippy.
[quote][p][bold]Whydidtheybanme?[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: Ladies and Gentlemen. Welcome aboard the League One Express departing from Blackburn, stopping at Transfer Embargo, Firesale, Administration and Relegation. Sit back and enjoy the ride. Choo Choo![/p][/quote]Still seriously obsessed. You sad little man.[/p][/quote]Now now Mally, don't be getting above your station, we know what happens when you get lippy. Super_Clarets
  • Score: -5

12:46pm Fri 23 May 14

Tatts says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
Ewoodlegend wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Ewoodlegend wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Moving in the right direction? LOL!


Blackburn Rovers are owned by Venky’s, the Indian chicken company.

Turnover £26.9m: 4th highest in the league
Wage bill £36.6m: 2nd highest in the league
Wage as a proportion of turnover: 136%
Directors’ pay: £747,960 paid to 6 directors, £223,776 in pay-off's
Loss before tax: £36.5m
Net debt: £54.5m
Interest payable: £464,000

The scrambled mess of Rovers under Venky’s, the Indian chicken company, laid bare.

Venky’s took over in 2010 a club competing in the Premier League.

They immediately sacked Sam Allardyce, appointed Steve Kean as manager, before the well-regarded board resigned, and Rovers were relegated. Huge losses mean club is incapable of complying with the FFP rules.

League One awaits.
Your knowledge of our club is amazing!! Are you sure your not really a Rovers fan and just can't handle it???

Or are you just so jealous of our history and club that you cant stop researching facts and figures to improve your knowledge of a great club!

Hahahaha spend more time looking at where Ings is going my good man with 6 fingers
I read an article in the Guardian related to the shambolic state of your clubs finances and relayed it for your reading pleasure. Interesting stuff I'm sure you'll agree.

And your mam appreciates the extra digit.
So your looking at the pictures in the paper and come to a section on Rovers, you then get someone who can read to read the article to you!!! Why????? Unless you have some secret fantasy/obsession with Rovers would you spend time reading about a club who you apparently hate?

I'm very surprised to be honest

and i'm very surprised you have room for my mum with yours and your sisters taking up all 12 fingers! However I like the fact you admit to it....fair play my boy
I actually have an education unlike yourself Mungo.

And I only have eyes for your mum I'm afraid, those extra digits are toes if you must know, but boy does she like it.
A borstal education doesn't really count though Reek
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Ewoodlegend[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Ewoodlegend[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: Moving in the right direction? LOL! Blackburn Rovers are owned by Venky’s, the Indian chicken company. Turnover £26.9m: 4th highest in the league Wage bill £36.6m: 2nd highest in the league Wage as a proportion of turnover: 136% Directors’ pay: £747,960 paid to 6 directors, £223,776 in pay-off's Loss before tax: £36.5m Net debt: £54.5m Interest payable: £464,000 The scrambled mess of Rovers under Venky’s, the Indian chicken company, laid bare. Venky’s took over in 2010 a club competing in the Premier League. They immediately sacked Sam Allardyce, appointed Steve Kean as manager, before the well-regarded board resigned, and Rovers were relegated. Huge losses mean club is incapable of complying with the FFP rules. League One awaits.[/p][/quote]Your knowledge of our club is amazing!! Are you sure your not really a Rovers fan and just can't handle it??? Or are you just so jealous of our history and club that you cant stop researching facts and figures to improve your knowledge of a great club! Hahahaha spend more time looking at where Ings is going my good man with 6 fingers[/p][/quote]I read an article in the Guardian related to the shambolic state of your clubs finances and relayed it for your reading pleasure. Interesting stuff I'm sure you'll agree. And your mam appreciates the extra digit.[/p][/quote]So your looking at the pictures in the paper and come to a section on Rovers, you then get someone who can read to read the article to you!!! Why????? Unless you have some secret fantasy/obsession with Rovers would you spend time reading about a club who you apparently hate? I'm very surprised to be honest and i'm very surprised you have room for my mum with yours and your sisters taking up all 12 fingers! However I like the fact you admit to it....fair play my boy[/p][/quote]I actually have an education unlike yourself Mungo. And I only have eyes for your mum I'm afraid, those extra digits are toes if you must know, but boy does she like it.[/p][/quote]A borstal education doesn't really count though Reek Tatts
  • Score: 4

12:49pm Fri 23 May 14

Tatts says...

Tatts wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Ewoodlegend wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Ewoodlegend wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Moving in the right direction? LOL!


Blackburn Rovers are owned by Venky’s, the Indian chicken company.

Turnover £26.9m: 4th highest in the league
Wage bill £36.6m: 2nd highest in the league
Wage as a proportion of turnover: 136%
Directors’ pay: £747,960 paid to 6 directors, £223,776 in pay-off's
Loss before tax: £36.5m
Net debt: £54.5m
Interest payable: £464,000

The scrambled mess of Rovers under Venky’s, the Indian chicken company, laid bare.

Venky’s took over in 2010 a club competing in the Premier League.

They immediately sacked Sam Allardyce, appointed Steve Kean as manager, before the well-regarded board resigned, and Rovers were relegated. Huge losses mean club is incapable of complying with the FFP rules.

League One awaits.
Your knowledge of our club is amazing!! Are you sure your not really a Rovers fan and just can't handle it???

Or are you just so jealous of our history and club that you cant stop researching facts and figures to improve your knowledge of a great club!

Hahahaha spend more time looking at where Ings is going my good man with 6 fingers
I read an article in the Guardian related to the shambolic state of your clubs finances and relayed it for your reading pleasure. Interesting stuff I'm sure you'll agree.

And your mam appreciates the extra digit.
So your looking at the pictures in the paper and come to a section on Rovers, you then get someone who can read to read the article to you!!! Why????? Unless you have some secret fantasy/obsession with Rovers would you spend time reading about a club who you apparently hate?

I'm very surprised to be honest

and i'm very surprised you have room for my mum with yours and your sisters taking up all 12 fingers! However I like the fact you admit to it....fair play my boy
I actually have an education unlike yourself Mungo.

And I only have eyes for your mum I'm afraid, those extra digits are toes if you must know, but boy does she like it.
A borstal education doesn't really count though Reek
Maybe you have a degree in wittering?
[quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Ewoodlegend[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Ewoodlegend[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: Moving in the right direction? LOL! Blackburn Rovers are owned by Venky’s, the Indian chicken company. Turnover £26.9m: 4th highest in the league Wage bill £36.6m: 2nd highest in the league Wage as a proportion of turnover: 136% Directors’ pay: £747,960 paid to 6 directors, £223,776 in pay-off's Loss before tax: £36.5m Net debt: £54.5m Interest payable: £464,000 The scrambled mess of Rovers under Venky’s, the Indian chicken company, laid bare. Venky’s took over in 2010 a club competing in the Premier League. They immediately sacked Sam Allardyce, appointed Steve Kean as manager, before the well-regarded board resigned, and Rovers were relegated. Huge losses mean club is incapable of complying with the FFP rules. League One awaits.[/p][/quote]Your knowledge of our club is amazing!! Are you sure your not really a Rovers fan and just can't handle it??? Or are you just so jealous of our history and club that you cant stop researching facts and figures to improve your knowledge of a great club! Hahahaha spend more time looking at where Ings is going my good man with 6 fingers[/p][/quote]I read an article in the Guardian related to the shambolic state of your clubs finances and relayed it for your reading pleasure. Interesting stuff I'm sure you'll agree. And your mam appreciates the extra digit.[/p][/quote]So your looking at the pictures in the paper and come to a section on Rovers, you then get someone who can read to read the article to you!!! Why????? Unless you have some secret fantasy/obsession with Rovers would you spend time reading about a club who you apparently hate? I'm very surprised to be honest and i'm very surprised you have room for my mum with yours and your sisters taking up all 12 fingers! However I like the fact you admit to it....fair play my boy[/p][/quote]I actually have an education unlike yourself Mungo. And I only have eyes for your mum I'm afraid, those extra digits are toes if you must know, but boy does she like it.[/p][/quote]A borstal education doesn't really count though Reek[/p][/quote]Maybe you have a degree in wittering? Tatts
  • Score: 3

1:04pm Fri 23 May 14

noddy57 says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
Moving in the right direction? LOL!


Blackburn Rovers are owned by Venky’s, the Indian chicken company.

Turnover £26.9m: 4th highest in the league
Wage bill £36.6m: 2nd highest in the league
Wage as a proportion of turnover: 136%
Directors’ pay: £747,960 paid to 6 directors, £223,776 in pay-off's
Loss before tax: £36.5m
Net debt: £54.5m
Interest payable: £464,000

The scrambled mess of Rovers under Venky’s, the Indian chicken company, laid bare.

Venky’s took over in 2010 a club competing in the Premier League.

They immediately sacked Sam Allardyce, appointed Steve Kean as manager, before the well-regarded board resigned, and Rovers were relegated. Huge losses mean club is incapable of complying with the FFP rules.

League One awaits.
Yet another secret admirer of our great club ! l can totally understand your yearning to be associated with Blackburn Rovers but dear me !! you really should be concentrating on your own club.
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: Moving in the right direction? LOL! Blackburn Rovers are owned by Venky’s, the Indian chicken company. Turnover £26.9m: 4th highest in the league Wage bill £36.6m: 2nd highest in the league Wage as a proportion of turnover: 136% Directors’ pay: £747,960 paid to 6 directors, £223,776 in pay-off's Loss before tax: £36.5m Net debt: £54.5m Interest payable: £464,000 The scrambled mess of Rovers under Venky’s, the Indian chicken company, laid bare. Venky’s took over in 2010 a club competing in the Premier League. They immediately sacked Sam Allardyce, appointed Steve Kean as manager, before the well-regarded board resigned, and Rovers were relegated. Huge losses mean club is incapable of complying with the FFP rules. League One awaits.[/p][/quote]Yet another secret admirer of our great club ! l can totally understand your yearning to be associated with Blackburn Rovers but dear me !! you really should be concentrating on your own club. noddy57
  • Score: 2

1:04pm Fri 23 May 14

noddy57 says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
Moving in the right direction? LOL!


Blackburn Rovers are owned by Venky’s, the Indian chicken company.

Turnover £26.9m: 4th highest in the league
Wage bill £36.6m: 2nd highest in the league
Wage as a proportion of turnover: 136%
Directors’ pay: £747,960 paid to 6 directors, £223,776 in pay-off's
Loss before tax: £36.5m
Net debt: £54.5m
Interest payable: £464,000

The scrambled mess of Rovers under Venky’s, the Indian chicken company, laid bare.

Venky’s took over in 2010 a club competing in the Premier League.

They immediately sacked Sam Allardyce, appointed Steve Kean as manager, before the well-regarded board resigned, and Rovers were relegated. Huge losses mean club is incapable of complying with the FFP rules.

League One awaits.
Yet another secret admirer of our great club ! l can totally understand your yearning to be associated with Blackburn Rovers but dear me !! you really should be concentrating on your own club.
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: Moving in the right direction? LOL! Blackburn Rovers are owned by Venky’s, the Indian chicken company. Turnover £26.9m: 4th highest in the league Wage bill £36.6m: 2nd highest in the league Wage as a proportion of turnover: 136% Directors’ pay: £747,960 paid to 6 directors, £223,776 in pay-off's Loss before tax: £36.5m Net debt: £54.5m Interest payable: £464,000 The scrambled mess of Rovers under Venky’s, the Indian chicken company, laid bare. Venky’s took over in 2010 a club competing in the Premier League. They immediately sacked Sam Allardyce, appointed Steve Kean as manager, before the well-regarded board resigned, and Rovers were relegated. Huge losses mean club is incapable of complying with the FFP rules. League One awaits.[/p][/quote]Yet another secret admirer of our great club ! l can totally understand your yearning to be associated with Blackburn Rovers but dear me !! you really should be concentrating on your own club. noddy57
  • Score: 3

1:21pm Fri 23 May 14

inflightmagazine says...

The e on FFP was very interesting there where 4 changes voted on

1- 3 were for changes to the allowance from between 10 -12 million instead of 5, this suggest clearly the clubs outside of the FFP are around 5 -7 million out for compliance otherwise they would have asked for more.

The 4 was that current not retrospective status be used as the marker, suggesting most clubs feel they can prove they are on track.

The majority voted for these suggesting the majority of clubs now agree change is needed, just the 75% marker was not hit.

That means at least 12 yes votes , maximum need for change is therefore 6 , in the coming months all 3 club who are relegated and wolves will come into the voting adding at least 4 more yes votes , so change is looking much more likely, hence they are still talking and looking at other changes.

FFP is fast becoming smaller clubs complaining to DAD that the big boys are not playing fair. Well we aint go no dad , so we aint listening.
The e on FFP was very interesting there where 4 changes voted on 1- 3 were for changes to the allowance from between 10 -12 million instead of 5, this suggest clearly the clubs outside of the FFP are around 5 -7 million out for compliance otherwise they would have asked for more. The 4 was that current not retrospective status be used as the marker, suggesting most clubs feel they can prove they are on track. The majority voted for these suggesting the majority of clubs now agree change is needed, just the 75% marker was not hit. That means at least 12 yes votes , maximum need for change is therefore 6 , in the coming months all 3 club who are relegated and wolves will come into the voting adding at least 4 more yes votes , so change is looking much more likely, hence they are still talking and looking at other changes. FFP is fast becoming smaller clubs complaining to DAD that the big boys are not playing fair. Well we aint go no dad , so we aint listening. inflightmagazine
  • Score: 8

1:51pm Fri 23 May 14

A Darener says...

On what basis is SC saying we will be relegated next season? Even if we can't buy another player we still have enough of a good squad to maintain our position or even improve on it. As for selling players only those of no use to us will be let go.
But if Burnley think they can stay in the PL without buying then they are going to be sadly disappointed.
On what basis is SC saying we will be relegated next season? Even if we can't buy another player we still have enough of a good squad to maintain our position or even improve on it. As for selling players only those of no use to us will be let go. But if Burnley think they can stay in the PL without buying then they are going to be sadly disappointed. A Darener
  • Score: 4

3:01pm Fri 23 May 14

Harwoodstblue says...

A Darener wrote:
On what basis is SC saying we will be relegated next season? Even if we can't buy another player we still have enough of a good squad to maintain our position or even improve on it. As for selling players only those of no use to us will be let go.
But if Burnley think they can stay in the PL without buying then they are going to be sadly disappointed.
Perhaps they can't buy Darener. They're skint and I don't think they get the PL cash in advance. Looks like Dyche's snookered.
[quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: On what basis is SC saying we will be relegated next season? Even if we can't buy another player we still have enough of a good squad to maintain our position or even improve on it. As for selling players only those of no use to us will be let go. But if Burnley think they can stay in the PL without buying then they are going to be sadly disappointed.[/p][/quote]Perhaps they can't buy Darener. They're skint and I don't think they get the PL cash in advance. Looks like Dyche's snookered. Harwoodstblue
  • Score: -2

3:18pm Fri 23 May 14

SteppBladder says...

Really interesting that the troll missed a few small words out his cut and paste job. The article states that Rovers is "Now being run more steadily”. He didn’t copy that over because it ruins his whole spiel, but that’s what trolls do, isn’t it.
Really interesting that the troll missed a few small words out his cut and paste job. The article states that Rovers is "Now being run more steadily”. He didn’t copy that over because it ruins his whole spiel, but that’s what trolls do, isn’t it. SteppBladder
  • Score: 11

3:26pm Fri 23 May 14

SteppBladder says...

A Darener wrote:
On what basis is SC saying we will be relegated next season? Even if we can't buy another player we still have enough of a good squad to maintain our position or even improve on it. As for selling players only those of no use to us will be let go.
But if Burnley think they can stay in the PL without buying then they are going to be sadly disappointed.
On the basis that, for some obscure reason, he likes to make these things up.
[quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: On what basis is SC saying we will be relegated next season? Even if we can't buy another player we still have enough of a good squad to maintain our position or even improve on it. As for selling players only those of no use to us will be let go. But if Burnley think they can stay in the PL without buying then they are going to be sadly disappointed.[/p][/quote]On the basis that, for some obscure reason, he likes to make these things up. SteppBladder
  • Score: 6

3:49pm Fri 23 May 14

Old age pensioner says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
Moving in the right direction? LOL!


Blackburn Rovers are owned by Venky’s, the Indian chicken company.

Turnover £26.9m: 4th highest in the league
Wage bill £36.6m: 2nd highest in the league
Wage as a proportion of turnover: 136%
Directors’ pay: £747,960 paid to 6 directors, £223,776 in pay-off's
Loss before tax: £36.5m
Net debt: £54.5m
Interest payable: £464,000

The scrambled mess of Rovers under Venky’s, the Indian chicken company, laid bare.

Venky’s took over in 2010 a club competing in the Premier League.

They immediately sacked Sam Allardyce, appointed Steve Kean as manager, before the well-regarded board resigned, and Rovers were relegated. Huge losses mean club is incapable of complying with the FFP rules.

League One awaits.
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[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: Moving in the right direction? LOL! Blackburn Rovers are owned by Venky’s, the Indian chicken company. Turnover £26.9m: 4th highest in the league Wage bill £36.6m: 2nd highest in the league Wage as a proportion of turnover: 136% Directors’ pay: £747,960 paid to 6 directors, £223,776 in pay-off's Loss before tax: £36.5m Net debt: £54.5m Interest payable: £464,000 The scrambled mess of Rovers under Venky’s, the Indian chicken company, laid bare. Venky’s took over in 2010 a club competing in the Premier League. They immediately sacked Sam Allardyce, appointed Steve Kean as manager, before the well-regarded board resigned, and Rovers were relegated. Huge losses mean club is incapable of complying with the FFP rules. League One awaits.[/p][/quote]zzzzzzzzzNzzzzzzzzzz zzHzzzzzzzzzzzzzNzzz zzzzzzHzzzzzzzzzz Old age pensioner
  • Score: 2

4:46pm Fri 23 May 14

jim 2012 says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
Moving in the right direction? LOL!


Blackburn Rovers are owned by Venky’s, the Indian chicken company.

Turnover £26.9m: 4th highest in the league
Wage bill £36.6m: 2nd highest in the league
Wage as a proportion of turnover: 136%
Directors’ pay: £747,960 paid to 6 directors, £223,776 in pay-off's
Loss before tax: £36.5m
Net debt: £54.5m
Interest payable: £464,000

The scrambled mess of Rovers under Venky’s, the Indian chicken company, laid bare.

Venky’s took over in 2010 a club competing in the Premier League.

They immediately sacked Sam Allardyce, appointed Steve Kean as manager, before the well-regarded board resigned, and Rovers were relegated. Huge losses mean club is incapable of complying with the FFP rules.

League One awaits.
Accounts for the year to 30 June 2013
OLD NEWS just a rehash nothing new
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: Moving in the right direction? LOL! Blackburn Rovers are owned by Venky’s, the Indian chicken company. Turnover £26.9m: 4th highest in the league Wage bill £36.6m: 2nd highest in the league Wage as a proportion of turnover: 136% Directors’ pay: £747,960 paid to 6 directors, £223,776 in pay-off's Loss before tax: £36.5m Net debt: £54.5m Interest payable: £464,000 The scrambled mess of Rovers under Venky’s, the Indian chicken company, laid bare. Venky’s took over in 2010 a club competing in the Premier League. They immediately sacked Sam Allardyce, appointed Steve Kean as manager, before the well-regarded board resigned, and Rovers were relegated. Huge losses mean club is incapable of complying with the FFP rules. League One awaits.[/p][/quote]Accounts for the year to 30 June 2013 OLD NEWS just a rehash nothing new jim 2012
  • Score: 5

5:06pm Fri 23 May 14

Cyprusblue says...

S C. Get a job pond life..
S C. Get a job pond life.. Cyprusblue
  • Score: 6

5:32pm Fri 23 May 14

greenscreener says...

Cyprusblue wrote:
S C. Get a job pond life..
.
Whoever called SC a Cu^t was bang out of order, he has neither the warmth nor the depth.
[quote][p][bold]Cyprusblue[/bold] wrote: S C. Get a job pond life..[/p][/quote]. Whoever called SC a Cu^t was bang out of order, he has neither the warmth nor the depth. greenscreener
  • Score: 12

5:37pm Fri 23 May 14

A Darener says...

Nor the art of giving pleasure.
Nor the art of giving pleasure. A Darener
  • Score: 11

5:54pm Fri 23 May 14

Not_A_Loon_From_Pune says...

I think I'm going to write a browser plugin that filters out all the rubbish from Super_Moron (and all the other occasional dingle morons who come on here). Come on LET ban this idiot from these pages or you will lose the few remaining readers who can be bothered to scroll past his inane ramblings.
I think I'm going to write a browser plugin that filters out all the rubbish from Super_Moron (and all the other occasional dingle morons who come on here). Come on LET ban this idiot from these pages or you will lose the few remaining readers who can be bothered to scroll past his inane ramblings. Not_A_Loon_From_Pune
  • Score: 7

6:40pm Fri 23 May 14

Heidenreicher says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
Moving in the right direction? LOL!


Blackburn Rovers are owned by Venky’s, the Indian chicken company.

Turnover £26.9m: 4th highest in the league
Wage bill £36.6m: 2nd highest in the league
Wage as a proportion of turnover: 136%
Directors’ pay: £747,960 paid to 6 directors, £223,776 in pay-off's
Loss before tax: £36.5m
Net debt: £54.5m
Interest payable: £464,000

The scrambled mess of Rovers under Venky’s, the Indian chicken company, laid bare.

Venky’s took over in 2010 a club competing in the Premier League.

They immediately sacked Sam Allardyce, appointed Steve Kean as manager, before the well-regarded board resigned, and Rovers were relegated. Huge losses mean club is incapable of complying with the FFP rules.

League One awaits.
Seriously please just choke on something and do us all a favour and not waste our air.
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: Moving in the right direction? LOL! Blackburn Rovers are owned by Venky’s, the Indian chicken company. Turnover £26.9m: 4th highest in the league Wage bill £36.6m: 2nd highest in the league Wage as a proportion of turnover: 136% Directors’ pay: £747,960 paid to 6 directors, £223,776 in pay-off's Loss before tax: £36.5m Net debt: £54.5m Interest payable: £464,000 The scrambled mess of Rovers under Venky’s, the Indian chicken company, laid bare. Venky’s took over in 2010 a club competing in the Premier League. They immediately sacked Sam Allardyce, appointed Steve Kean as manager, before the well-regarded board resigned, and Rovers were relegated. Huge losses mean club is incapable of complying with the FFP rules. League One awaits.[/p][/quote]Seriously please just choke on something and do us all a favour and not waste our air. Heidenreicher
  • Score: 1

7:10pm Fri 23 May 14

Welsh Rover says...

A Darener wrote:
On what basis is SC saying we will be relegated next season? Even if we can't buy another player we still have enough of a good squad to maintain our position or even improve on it. As for selling players only those of no use to us will be let go.
But if Burnley think they can stay in the PL without buying then they are going to be sadly disappointed.
I get the impression that he believes we will have to sell all of our best players (either this summer or next January), to balance the books, and as a result we won't have a team good enough to amass the points needed to stay in this division.

I actually think the plan will be to try and shift the likes of Goodwillie, Best and Campbell this summer, plus squad players like Marrow and Slew, to show the Football League that we're working towards what is required. As for Rhodes, Cairney, et al, I think it makes sense to keep them, at least until January when we'll have a better idea of where our season is going. As long as we have enough players in the squad to cover any injuries or January departures, we should be okay this season.
[quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: On what basis is SC saying we will be relegated next season? Even if we can't buy another player we still have enough of a good squad to maintain our position or even improve on it. As for selling players only those of no use to us will be let go. But if Burnley think they can stay in the PL without buying then they are going to be sadly disappointed.[/p][/quote]I get the impression that he believes we will have to sell all of our best players (either this summer or next January), to balance the books, and as a result we won't have a team good enough to amass the points needed to stay in this division. I actually think the plan will be to try and shift the likes of Goodwillie, Best and Campbell this summer, plus squad players like Marrow and Slew, to show the Football League that we're working towards what is required. As for Rhodes, Cairney, et al, I think it makes sense to keep them, at least until January when we'll have a better idea of where our season is going. As long as we have enough players in the squad to cover any injuries or January departures, we should be okay this season. Welsh Rover
  • Score: 5

9:36pm Fri 23 May 14

baldie says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
Ladies and Gentlemen.

Welcome aboard the League One Express departing from Blackburn, stopping at Transfer Embargo, Firesale, Administration and Relegation.

Sit back and enjoy the ride.

Choo Choo!
Has Ingsy signed yet?
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: Ladies and Gentlemen. Welcome aboard the League One Express departing from Blackburn, stopping at Transfer Embargo, Firesale, Administration and Relegation. Sit back and enjoy the ride. Choo Choo![/p][/quote]Has Ingsy signed yet? baldie
  • Score: 1

9:53pm Fri 23 May 14

baldie says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
Ladies and Gentlemen.

Welcome aboard the League One Express departing from Blackburn, stopping at Transfer Embargo, Firesale, Administration and Relegation.

Sit back and enjoy the ride.

Choo Choo!
If it doesn't include loaning players,and/or free agents,FFP isn't worth the paper it's written on.
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: Ladies and Gentlemen. Welcome aboard the League One Express departing from Blackburn, stopping at Transfer Embargo, Firesale, Administration and Relegation. Sit back and enjoy the ride. Choo Choo![/p][/quote]If it doesn't include loaning players,and/or free agents,FFP isn't worth the paper it's written on. baldie
  • Score: 2

10:11pm Fri 23 May 14

Super_Clarets says...

baldie wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Ladies and Gentlemen.

Welcome aboard the League One Express departing from Blackburn, stopping at Transfer Embargo, Firesale, Administration and Relegation.

Sit back and enjoy the ride.

Choo Choo!
If it doesn't include loaning players,and/or free agents,FFP isn't worth the paper it's written on.
The transfer embargo is neither here nor there, it's the £25million in cost savings your club is now forced to make in the coming seasons that will see you de-panted.

Good luck with that.
[quote][p][bold]baldie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: Ladies and Gentlemen. Welcome aboard the League One Express departing from Blackburn, stopping at Transfer Embargo, Firesale, Administration and Relegation. Sit back and enjoy the ride. Choo Choo![/p][/quote]If it doesn't include loaning players,and/or free agents,FFP isn't worth the paper it's written on.[/p][/quote]The transfer embargo is neither here nor there, it's the £25million in cost savings your club is now forced to make in the coming seasons that will see you de-panted. Good luck with that. Super_Clarets
  • Score: -1

10:37pm Fri 23 May 14

digitusjonfred says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
Ewoodlegend wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Ewoodlegend wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Moving in the right direction? LOL!


Blackburn Rovers are owned by Venky’s, the Indian chicken company.

Turnover £26.9m: 4th highest in the league
Wage bill £36.6m: 2nd highest in the league
Wage as a proportion of turnover: 136%
Directors’ pay: £747,960 paid to 6 directors, £223,776 in pay-off's
Loss before tax: £36.5m
Net debt: £54.5m
Interest payable: £464,000

The scrambled mess of Rovers under Venky’s, the Indian chicken company, laid bare.

Venky’s took over in 2010 a club competing in the Premier League.

They immediately sacked Sam Allardyce, appointed Steve Kean as manager, before the well-regarded board resigned, and Rovers were relegated. Huge losses mean club is incapable of complying with the FFP rules.

League One awaits.
Your knowledge of our club is amazing!! Are you sure your not really a Rovers fan and just can't handle it???

Or are you just so jealous of our history and club that you cant stop researching facts and figures to improve your knowledge of a great club!

Hahahaha spend more time looking at where Ings is going my good man with 6 fingers
I read an article in the Guardian related to the shambolic state of your clubs finances and relayed it for your reading pleasure. Interesting stuff I'm sure you'll agree.

And your mam appreciates the extra digit.
So your looking at the pictures in the paper and come to a section on Rovers, you then get someone who can read to read the article to you!!! Why????? Unless you have some secret fantasy/obsession with Rovers would you spend time reading about a club who you apparently hate?

I'm very surprised to be honest

and i'm very surprised you have room for my mum with yours and your sisters taking up all 12 fingers! However I like the fact you admit to it....fair play my boy
I actually have an education unlike yourself Mungo.

And I only have eyes for your mum I'm afraid, those extra digits are toes if you must know, but boy does she like it.
tosser, keep hold of it !!
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Ewoodlegend[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Ewoodlegend[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: Moving in the right direction? LOL! Blackburn Rovers are owned by Venky’s, the Indian chicken company. Turnover £26.9m: 4th highest in the league Wage bill £36.6m: 2nd highest in the league Wage as a proportion of turnover: 136% Directors’ pay: £747,960 paid to 6 directors, £223,776 in pay-off's Loss before tax: £36.5m Net debt: £54.5m Interest payable: £464,000 The scrambled mess of Rovers under Venky’s, the Indian chicken company, laid bare. Venky’s took over in 2010 a club competing in the Premier League. They immediately sacked Sam Allardyce, appointed Steve Kean as manager, before the well-regarded board resigned, and Rovers were relegated. Huge losses mean club is incapable of complying with the FFP rules. League One awaits.[/p][/quote]Your knowledge of our club is amazing!! Are you sure your not really a Rovers fan and just can't handle it??? Or are you just so jealous of our history and club that you cant stop researching facts and figures to improve your knowledge of a great club! Hahahaha spend more time looking at where Ings is going my good man with 6 fingers[/p][/quote]I read an article in the Guardian related to the shambolic state of your clubs finances and relayed it for your reading pleasure. Interesting stuff I'm sure you'll agree. And your mam appreciates the extra digit.[/p][/quote]So your looking at the pictures in the paper and come to a section on Rovers, you then get someone who can read to read the article to you!!! Why????? Unless you have some secret fantasy/obsession with Rovers would you spend time reading about a club who you apparently hate? I'm very surprised to be honest and i'm very surprised you have room for my mum with yours and your sisters taking up all 12 fingers! However I like the fact you admit to it....fair play my boy[/p][/quote]I actually have an education unlike yourself Mungo. And I only have eyes for your mum I'm afraid, those extra digits are toes if you must know, but boy does she like it.[/p][/quote]tosser, keep hold of it !! digitusjonfred
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10:38pm Fri 23 May 14

baldie says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
baldie wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Ladies and Gentlemen.

Welcome aboard the League One Express departing from Blackburn, stopping at Transfer Embargo, Firesale, Administration and Relegation.

Sit back and enjoy the ride.

Choo Choo!
If it doesn't include loaning players,and/or free agents,FFP isn't worth the paper it's written on.
The transfer embargo is neither here nor there, it's the £25million in cost savings your club is now forced to make in the coming seasons that will see you de-panted.

Good luck with that.
They're not forced to do anything,just face an embargo if they don't.
If the embargo doesn't include loans or free signings,then it isn't as restraining as it would have been.
As you keep telling us,Burnley only forked out £400k last season and went up.
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]baldie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: Ladies and Gentlemen. Welcome aboard the League One Express departing from Blackburn, stopping at Transfer Embargo, Firesale, Administration and Relegation. Sit back and enjoy the ride. Choo Choo![/p][/quote]If it doesn't include loaning players,and/or free agents,FFP isn't worth the paper it's written on.[/p][/quote]The transfer embargo is neither here nor there, it's the £25million in cost savings your club is now forced to make in the coming seasons that will see you de-panted. Good luck with that.[/p][/quote]They're not forced to do anything,just face an embargo if they don't. If the embargo doesn't include loans or free signings,then it isn't as restraining as it would have been. As you keep telling us,Burnley only forked out £400k last season and went up. baldie
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11:18pm Fri 23 May 14

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
baldie wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Ladies and Gentlemen.

Welcome aboard the League One Express departing from Blackburn, stopping at Transfer Embargo, Firesale, Administration and Relegation.

Sit back and enjoy the ride.

Choo Choo!
If it doesn't include loaning players,and/or free agents,FFP isn't worth the paper it's written on.
The transfer embargo is neither here nor there, it's the £25million in cost savings your club is now forced to make in the coming seasons that will see you de-panted.

Good luck with that.
We're doomed anyway. According to my cleaners husband/cousin, Burnley's incredible promotion into the Premier League ensures Rovers are to be relegated to League 1 no matter what. He also said that Shaun Dyche has been offered his own parking spot at Turf as yet another incentive to stay.
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]baldie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: Ladies and Gentlemen. Welcome aboard the League One Express departing from Blackburn, stopping at Transfer Embargo, Firesale, Administration and Relegation. Sit back and enjoy the ride. Choo Choo![/p][/quote]If it doesn't include loaning players,and/or free agents,FFP isn't worth the paper it's written on.[/p][/quote]The transfer embargo is neither here nor there, it's the £25million in cost savings your club is now forced to make in the coming seasons that will see you de-panted. Good luck with that.[/p][/quote]We're doomed anyway. According to my cleaners husband/cousin, Burnley's incredible promotion into the Premier League ensures Rovers are to be relegated to League 1 no matter what. He also said that Shaun Dyche has been offered his own parking spot at Turf as yet another incentive to stay. more bans than ray - brfc lxxv
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